copywriter

[kop-ee-rahy-ter]
noun
a writer of copy, especially for advertisements or publicity releases.

Origin:
1910–15; copy + writer

copywriting, noun
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copywriter (ˈkɒpɪˌraɪtə)
 
n
a person employed to write advertising copy
 
'copywriting
 
n

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copywriter
"writer of copy for advertisements," 1911, from copy + write. Related: Copywriting (1923).
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Example sentences
He hired her as a copywriter, and she began her ascent through the ranks of the
  company.
As an advertising copywriter, she was quickly fired.
Additionally, copywriter holders are under no obligation to defend each case.
Before that she was a copywriter and improvisational actress.
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